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Students for Liberty, South Asia is organizing a Samvad on the Topic – Psychoactives: the Cerebral Liberty with End The Drug War Campaign, on 21 and 22 November 2020 from 6-7 PM IST (+5:30).

About the Organisation and Campaign

Students for Liberty is the largest pro-liberty movement of students in the world with a presence in more than 100 countries and every inhabited continent.

End the Drug War is a single issue campaign produced and developed by Students For Liberty to raise awareness about the failed War on Drugs and to show policy makers all over the world that the millennial generation is united against the violence, waste, corruption and curtailment of freedom perpetuated by the drug war.

About SFL Samvad

A Samvad is an open discussion where you can share your ideas, and listen to those of others. That being said, it is important for all the participants to refrain from any abusive language or rude remarks. At Students For Liberty, we believe in a fruitful exchange of ideas which is enjoyable and lively.

This Samvad on psychoactive substances will happen in two stages spread across two consecutive days. On the first day, we will be talking about the natural substances i.e. cannabis and khat, a brief about their history and how the ban has affected people across the world.

We will be also covering up the medicinal uses of cannabis and comparing the effect and drawbacks of khat and cannabis to alcohol and tobacco. The second day will be on the same line but the focus will be on synthesized substances like LSD, ecstasy and hash.

If you are interested to delve deep into understanding how economic principles can be used to analyse voters’ choices, balance private-interests with those of the community and nation, and scrutinize collective decision making, this is the forum for you!

Details of the Event

Time: 6-7 PM on 21st and 22nd November 2020

Registration is free and compulsory. Participants will be selected based on their application.

The application is open till 15th November 2020.

The registration link of the Samvad is here.


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